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Germano J.E., C.J.Schmitt. Schaum's Outline of Italian Grammar (Schaum,1994)(ISBN 0070230331)(T)(C)(291s)_L_.djvu
Date Feb 24, 2005
Pario? > Si, parla!
to listen to (someone), to smell
SVegliare to wake (someone) up
vestire to dress (someone), to wear (something)
Interrogative Words and Constructions
FORMING QUESTIONS IN ITALIAN
In Italian a statement may be changed into a question by placing a question mark at the end of it...
The familiar pronouns til (singular, s.) and vol (plural,
pi.) are used to address relatives, friends, fellow students, children, and people whom one knows very well...
These adjectives do not have plural forms, and each is used
for both masculine and feminine singular nouns...
For a list of verbs that
require the preposition a before an infinitive see pages 217-220 at the end of this chapter...
Note the following:
Da chi fu scritto quel llbro?
B^ whom was the book written?
II libro fu scritto da Natalia Ginzburg...
avere voglla (di) to feel like (doing something)
Hai vpglia di guardare la televislpne?
Che cosa pensi di quella macchina sportiva?
What do you think about that sportscar? (What is your opinion about that sportscar?)
Spesso pensiamo ai nostri cugini che vjvono in Italia...
fare in causative constructions, 172-173
as indefinite command, 170-171
after lasciare, vedere, and sentire, 171-172
as noun, 170-171
with prepositions, 217-223
without prepositions, 223-224
irregular, 78-91, 238-247...
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